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" ... not only of their own political organization, but, through that, also of the main instruments of wealth production; the gradual substitution of organized cooperation for the anarchy of the competitive struggle; and the consequent recovery, in the... "
The Industrial Revolution - Page xvii
by Charles Austin Beard - 1919 - 105 pages
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1866 - 591 pages
...Feugueray well savg,* "The deepest root of the evils and iniiji;iiirs which fill the industrial world, la not competition, but the subjection of labour to capital,...instruments of industry are able to take from the produce If competition has great power for evil, it is no less fertile of good, especially in what regards...
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Pamphlets: Sociology, Volume 2

Child welfare - 1874
...of the case. It may claim to obviate competition : but, as Mill himself quotes, " the deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the " industrial...and the enormous share which the possessors of the " instalments of production are able to take from the produce."* Co-operation can make no real defence...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1875 - 591 pages
...competition has its evils, it prevents greater evils. As M. Feugueray well says,* "The deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial...subjection of labour to capital, and the enormous ghare which the possessors of the in•truments of industry are able to take from the produce If competition...
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Fabian Tracts

Great Britain - 1906
...deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world is ... the subjection of labor to capital, and the enormous share which the possessors...instruments of industry are able to take from the produce,1'! we see clearly that if they would make any improvement in the condition of the agricultural...
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Fabian Tracts

Great Britain - 1908
...(Prof. Leone Levi, Times, I3th January, 1885). XII.— The Evil and the Remedy. " The deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world is not competition, but the subjection of labor to capital, and the enormous share which the possessors of the instruments of industry are able...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1885 - 591 pages
...Feugueray well says,* " The deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world, ia not competition, but the subjection of labour to capital,...and the enormous share which the possessors of the instrumenta of industry are able to take from the produce If competition has great power for evil,...
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Publications of the American Economic Association, Volume 4

American Economic Association - Economics - 1889
...now be inclined to dispute with John Stuart Mill that, " as Feugueray well says, ' the deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world is not competition, but the subjection of labor to capital and the enormous share which the possessors of the instruments of industry are able...
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Socialism in England

Sidney Webb - Socialism - 1889 - 73 pages
...now be inclined to dispute with John Stuart Mill that, " as Feugueray well says, ' the deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world is not competition, but the subjection of labor to capital and the enormous share which the possessors of the instruments of industry are able...
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Contributions to the Wages Question: I. Theory of Wages

Wages - 1889 - 69 pages
...now be inclined to dispute with John Stuart Mill that, "as Feugueray well says, ' the deepest root of the evils and iniquities which fill the industrial world is not competition, but the subjection of labor to capital and the enormous share which the possessors of the instruments of industry are able...
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Fabian Essays in Socialism

Sidney Webb, Sydney Haldane Olivier Baron Olivier, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Hubert Bland, Fabian Society (Great Britain) - Democracy - 1889 - 233 pages
...competitive struggle ; and the consequent recovery, in the only possible way, of what John Stuart Mill calls "the enormous share which the possessors of the instruments of industry are able to take from the produce."1 The economic side of the democratic ideal is, in fact, Socialism itself. THE DISINTEGRATION...
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